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Full text of "Rapid Population Growth Consequences And Policy Implications"

TABLE 4 Health Services in Selected More Developed Countries, 1965a
			Health Manpower		Health Facilities	Governmental Health Expenditures		
Doctors            Nurses            Midwives								Percent Total
					Hospital Beds	U.S. $ per	Percent	Government
	Country		(per 100,000 Pop.)		(per 100,000 Pop.)	Capita	GNP	Expend.
1.	Soviet Union	210	340	74	965		3.5	
2.	United States	148	464	-	875	51.13	1.4	8.4
3.	Japan	109	265	44	892	13.63	1.6	13.2
4.	United Kingdom	115	260	37	1,010	65.34	3.6	9.0
5.	France	121	255	7	1,021	-	-	-
6.	Netherlands	117	125	8	752	12.49	1.0	4.9
7.	Sweden	110	313	9	1,373	77.77	3.1	11.3
- - not available.
aData for 1965 or for most recent year closest to 1965.
Sources: Manpower and Facilities: (20, Vol. III). Expenditures: (9, Tables 185, 191, 199; 22, Table 3; 8, Table 180).1. United Arab Rep.	44	10	7.2	43	168	284	1.6	4.8